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Why I believe election fraud exists, yet will always vote

Tuesday, November 15, 2022, 5:55 pm | Randy Thomasson

The just-concluded November 2022 election saw a “red wave,” where Americans favored Republicans to rescue them from tyrannical Democrats.

This is why Republicans will retake the U.S. House of Representatives, empowering them to stop all bad bills and truly investigate the government corruption of the Democrats, the Bidens, and the Deep State.

I say there was a “red wave” because we have the evidence:

Across America, there were more votes for Republicans (and if you factor in election fraud, you know the “red wave” percentage was even higher).

More blacks, more Latinos, and more suburban women voted Republican this election (again, these exit polls undercount conservatives that refuse to be polled).

Even in Democrat-dominated California, there was a “red wave.” For, even if Republican votes were undercounted due to election malfeasance, Gavin Newsom still had the weakest showing of a Democrat gubernatorial candidate since 2010.

Did fraud circumvent the “red wave”?

Since there was a “red wave,” why didn’t Republicans win the U.S. Senate and several governorships and any statewide offices in California?

I believe logic and evidence informs us that the only human thing stopping many more Republican victories in both our state and nation was election fraud allowed or committed by Democrat registrars of voters in Democrat-controlled counties.

For we don’t see what happens to our ballots, and our confidence is 100% based on trust.

Plus, we know immoral people (Democrat activists) want to steal elections.

Finally, since for several years now there have been computer-software-counting systems in place that are highly suspect, since they allow manipulation of votes and external input, and overwhelmingly produce “victories” for Democrat candidates.

As FNC’s Tucker Carlson pointed out two days after “election day”: “In Venezuela, whatever you think of it, they tally their ballots within hours, but suddenly, we can’t manage to do that? Clark County, Nevada, the home of Las Vegas, says there are still tens of thousands of ballots left to count … In cases where there was chaos and delays in vote-counting over the past several election cycles, what percentage of the ultimate winners turned out to be Democrats? Now, in a fair system, you would think the proportion would land somewhere around 50%, a coin toss, but we checked. Oh, and that’s not the case. In 13 recent races, we looked at where election delays were well-publicized. Ten of them ultimately went to the Democrat, 10 out of 13, 77%. It’s not a coin toss. It’s a very high average.”

Knowing how New Communist Democrats will do anything to attain and retain power for their immoral agenda, I don’t put the anti-America attack of election fraud past them for one minute.

The Covid tyranny in 2020 made possible the unconstitutional deception of mail-in ballots for the entire populace. If an election was stolen in 2020, that only whet the appetites of Democrat activists to steal more elections, in more states, in 2022.

Again, without having 100% trustworthy vote-counters, none of us knows what happens to our ballots, and littering a state with mail-in ballots permits fraud. Evil people counting votes are motivated to “decrease” good votes and “increase” bad votes whenever and wherever they can.

If the county registrar of voters is in on this, or looks the other way, their county elections offices are the worst place I can think of for fairly and accurately counting votes, and for upholding America’s promise of “one person, one vote.”

Still not convinced? Consider this:

Since the governor of Texas is already investigating numerous “election improprieties” in his state’s largest, Democrat-run county, you know something’s wrong.

And when a Nevada county’s vote-counting cameras “disconnected” and went dark for 8 1/2 hours, you have the right to be suspect.

And with all Arizona’s election “irregularities” — machines that reject ballots and turn away election-day-voting Republicans, and video evidence of illegal stuffing of drop boxes — you know our election apparatus is in big trouble.

In Arizona, despite Republicans being ahead in the pre-election polls, and Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake being strongly ahead before Nov. 8, the votes were “counted” in a way that allows fraudulent ballots to be dumped in, and computer manipulation to occur, giving more votes to the Democrats in the big races for Governor and U.S. Senator.

Why I’m still voting + new action needed

First of all, even though I believe election fraud exists — and might indeed be spreading — I equally believe in voting and voting right, and encouraging others to do the same. Because without a surge of righteous votes, moral-values Republicans wouldn’t have been elected and wouldn’t have recaptured the U.S. House of Representatives.

Because election fraud is not absolute, we must view it as an army of New Communist Democrats coming after us, and throw as many constitutional votes against it as possible.

Again, how can constitutional conservatives be elected — like U.S. Congresswoman Michelle Steel, who was reelected in a tight race in Orange County — without the good votes of people like you? Or how could a would-be reformer such as Rick Caruso in Los Angeles, even have a chance of being elected mayor, without a lot of Angelenos voting for him?

So I’m going to keep voting and urge you to keep voting too. Because election fraud isn’t everywhere, and really depends on whether a county’s registrar of voters allows it.

TAKE ACTION:

Short-term (now): Protest now by joining or organizing a peaceful protest armed with logic, evidence, and facts. There needs to be a big protest in Arizona, for example, of people holding signs with facts and provoking questions. Also, nationwide, constitutional attorneys need to file both state and federal lawsuits against clearly unlawful misdeeds by county and state election offices.

Mid-term (this month, next month and in 2023): Demand Republican elected officials and state legislators introduce and fight for election integrity (like Texas’ Republican governor, Greg Abbott, is now fighting for): No drop boxes, no computer-software counting, no absentee ballots except in few instances, no early voting, no ballot harvesting, no “curing” of ballots, photo ID required, and votes must be finalized 48 hours after election-day polls close. What’s more, please lobby Republican U.S. Representatives — the new majority — to pass federal election reform.

Long-term (next election season): Keep voting right and encouraging others to vote right to deploy more of your “soldiers” (good votes) to overcome election fraud “soldiers” (bad votes). Also think now of an able constitutionalist you can recruit to run for county registrar of voters. Fair elections must be Job #1 of constitutional activists in your county!

“We used to have what was called, election day. Now we have election days, weeks, and months, and lots of bad things happened during this ridiculous period of time, especially when you have to prove almost nothing to exercise our greatest privilege, the right to vote … What changed this year was the Democrat party’s relentless push to print and mail out tens of millions of ballots sent to unknown recipients with virtually no safeguards of any kind. This allowed fraud and abuse to occur in a scale never seen before. Using the pandemic as a pretext, Democrat politicians and judges drastically changed election procedures … This colossal expansion of mail-in voting opened the flood gates to massive fraud. It’s a widely known fact that the voting rolls are packed with people who are not lawfully eligible to vote, including those who are deceased, have moved out of their state, and even our non-citizens of our country.”
President Donald Trump speech on election fraud, December 2, 2020

Why to think and act positively this election

Friday, October 14, 2022, 9:12 am | Randy Thomasson
SaveCalifornia.com provides this solely for educational purposes and does not support or oppose candidates for public office.

Do you expect Republicans to take back the U.S. House of Representatives? How about the U.S. Senate? And how many state governor’s seats will be flipped by Republicans?

These are not fantastical, but valid questions. Because the continued — and accelerating — tyranny, corruption, and evil emanating from Biden & Co. Democrats is waking up many Americans, including more independents and even Democrat voters in California.

Right now, national surveys show Americans are most concerned about inflation and crime. For example, an Oct. 12 Rasmussen Reports survey found 84% of likely voters, including 77% of Democrats, said “rising prices would be important in their vote.”

These polls reflect California too. A Sept. 2–11 PPIC survey found “an overwhelming majority of Californians say rising prices are causing financial hardship for their household.” This includes complaints of a “serious hardship” from inflation among 50% of Californians earning under $40,000 a year, among 46% of Latinos, among 45% of blacks, and among 43% of Californians earning from $40,000 to less than $80,000 per year.

What’s more, most polls — which undercount conservatives — show the Democrats could seriously lose seats at the federal, state, and local levels.

Will you take advantage of this historic backlash brewing against the inhuman tyranny of the Democrat politicians? You have every reason to increase your get-out-the-vote activity and “ride this wave” of anti-Democrat-politician sentiment. Because it’s plausible the expected “red wave” will help conservatives capture more seats in the California State Legislature and in the U.S. Congress.

Because inflation is at a 40-year high in the USA. As Breitbart and Natural News reported:

The highest price increases are being seen in food, airfare, natural gas, health insurance and public transportation. Butter is up 32.2% and eggs are up 30.5%. A Breitbart news story reveals more shocking numbers: (note the nearly 16% increase in vegetable prices in just one month…)

– Fresh and dried vegetables: up 15.7 percent for the month and 40.2 percent for the year.
– Grains: up 10.7 percent for the month and 30.4 percent for the year.
– Fresh eggs: up 16.7 percent for the month and 97.3 percent for the year.
– Bakery products: up 0.8 percent for the month and 14.0 percent for the year.
– Pasta: up 1.1 percent for the month and 34.1 percent for the year.

So if you’re concerned about inflation — gas prices, food prices, product prices, and more — know many other Californians and Americans are too. The average voter is also considered about violent crime

ACTION: Use your social media and email lists to encourage your friends and acquaintances to vote with the help of SaveCalifornia.com’s Pro-Family Election Center.

The highway of the upright is to depart from evil;
He who keeps his way preserves his soul.
The Bible, Proverbs 16:17

Which of Newsom’s unconstitutional bill signings can be struck down?

Saturday, October 1, 2022, 2:47 pm | Randy Thomasson

By the end of his September 30 signing deadline, tyrannical Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom had signed hundreds of foolish, unconstitutional, and downright evil bills.

I’m reporting this not to depress you, but so you become so concerned that you’ll share this information with your friends and reasonable acquaintances, so they’ll become energized to vote this election.

While the final week of bill signings saw Newsom’s vetoes of two big, anti-parent bills — SB 70 and AB 1940 (he vetoed them because of their huge, ongoing costs), he signed the rest of the anti-parent bills, and many unconstitutional bills.

Here are the big ones that could and should be struck down:

AB 587 pressures social media companies to censor speech the Democrat-controlled government doesn’t like, such as, the truth about “Covid vaccines,” the harm of the “LGBTQIA+” agenda, the reality of election fraud, and the facts about life in the womb. AB 587 actually forces online platforms to report to the government whether they are blocking “Hate speech or racism,” “Extremism or radicalization,” “Disinformation or misinformation,” and, if so, how. These subjective terms are designed to censor your free speech, but the supporters of AB 587 think they can avoid constitutional scrutiny by forcing social media platforms to do their dirty work. Yet their fingerprints are all over this attack on the First Amendment. The larger conservative or free-speech-supporting platforms, such as Gab, Telegram, Truth Social, Rumble, Gettr, and Frank Speech should sue in federal court to repel this unconstitutional attack upon them and us.

AB 1797 will create a statewide vaccine registry, mandating most Californians’ vaccine status and “race and ethnicity” be reported to the government by “health care providers and other agencies, including schools, childcare facilities, family childcare homes, and county human services agencies.” AB 1797 is ripe for both a state and federal lawsuit, because it violates the California State Constitution’s explicit right to privacy. There’s even a California Supreme Court ruling from 1975 prohibiting any surveillance of Californians when there’s no suspected illegal activity. In addition, there’s California’s voter-approved prohibition of racial preferences (Proposition 209 from 1996). There are also federal medical privacy laws.

AB 2098 will punish doctors who have studied and tell their patients the facts about Covid (the non-threat of the “variants,”) the efficacy of natural and traditional therapeutics, and the risk of injury and death from the unsafe “Covid vaccines.” Because AB 2098 tramples medical ethics, informed consent, and the doctor-patient relationship, it must be sued and struck down in federal court. Specifically, AB 2098 infringes on the fundamental guarantee of freedom of speech in the U.S. and California constitutions. And professionally, it destroys the ethic of a second opinion — when a doctor disagrees with another doctor or even differs from so-called “consensus.”

AB 2223 permitting the killing of already-born infants and toddlers by prohibiting and punishing investigations by authorities of deaths occurring during the “perinatal period” (which a world-renowned child development authority said extends “18 to 24 months after the birth of the child.” This infanticide bill AB 2223 deserves a federal lawsuit based on the 14th Amendment‘s guarantee that States cannot “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” Who are the constitutional California district attorneys and sheriff-coroners who will sue AB 2223 on its face?

AB 2229 will discriminate against law enforcement officer candidates (police officers, sheriff’s deputies, California Highway Patrol officers) who are practicing Christians, Catholics, Muslims, and conservative Jews. As the Legislative Counsel describes AB 2229: “Existing law requires peace officers in this state to meet specified minimum standards, including, among other requirements, that peace officers be evaluated by a physician and surgeon or psychologist and found to be free from any physical, emotional, or mental condition that might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a peace officer. This bill would require that evaluation to include bias against race or ethnicity, gender, nationality, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.” According to current California law: “Sexual orientation” means heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality … “Gender” means sex, and includes a person’s gender identity and gender expression. “Gender expression” means a person’s gender-related appearance and behavior whether or not stereotypically associated with the person’s assigned sex at birth.” AB 2229 needs to be sued in federal court by law enforcement candidates who will be, or have been, discriminated against because of their religious values, on the strength of the 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act.

SB 107 empowers “LGBTQIA+” activists to legally kidnap and mutilate kids. If parents in other states want to help their boys or girls overcome sexual confusion, “LGBTQIA+” groups will scheme to bring these children to California, then their attorneys will go to court and use SB 107 to give California “jurisdiction” over the children, and then California tax-funded hormone injections and “sex change” surgeries will follow. “Counseling” is part of this process, during which SB 107 will convince biological girls they’re “boys” and biological boys they’re “girls” (SB 107 calls this “gender-affirming mental health care”), then the hormone injections and irreversible “sex change” operations (which SB 107 calls “gender-affirming health care”) will follow. Federal lawsuits should be filed by state attorney generals in Republican states for this blatant violation of parental consent laws and other laws in their states. And it might require the U.S. Supreme Court to deliver a clarifying parental rights decision.

Other anti-parent bills that were signed — SB 1184, SB 1419, and SB 1479 — probably have no lawsuit potential (unless SCOTUS delivers a crystal-clear parental decision that California parents can use to regain their rights).

Religious hospitals might become exempt from SB 923‘s tyrannical transsexual indoctrination of health care providers if they sue and win in federal court on religious-freedom grounds. But pro-abortion bills, such as SB 1375 permitting nurses to kill pre-born babies and the 11 other pro-abortion bills Newsom signed, will survive all legal challenges because pro-abortion Democrat and RINO governors have built an unconstitutional, pro-abortion California Supreme Court, which callously guards “abortion rights.”

Overall, Newsom signed 997 bills this year, which were from Democrat authors or Democrat committees around 90% of the time.

One of his worst vetoes was of a Republican bill that Democrat-run committees actually passed, a bill to limit the governor’s emergency powers. Newsom arrogantly vetoed it.

When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice;
But when a wicked man rules, the people groan.

Proverbs 29:2

Because of the transgression of a land, many are its princes;
But by a man of understanding and knowledge
Right will be prolonged.

Proverbs 28:2